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    Roland VT-4 Voice Transformer

    Vocal Processor

    From the classic vocoders of the '70s through to the hyper pitch-corrected pop vocals of the last decade, Roland's VT‑4 can do it all.

    Reviews Apr 2019
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    Roland Boutique VP-03

    Vocoder

    Roland have recreated their classic vocoder at a fraction of the cost — and size.

    Reviews Jul 2017
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    Roland EC-10M

    Cajon Microphone & Processor

    Roland’s EC-10M turns any cajon into an electronic percussion generator.

    Reviews Apr 2017
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    Frankfurt 2008: Boss Pedals (Video)

    SL20 Audio Pattern Processor & DD7 Digital Delay Pedal

    Boss have announced two new pedals: the SL20 'Slicer' and the DD7 Digital Delay.

    Check out the video below for more...

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    Roland VG99

    V-Guitar System

    The latest in Roland's pioneering VG range could qualify as the best guitar synth ever made.

    Reviews Dec 2007
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    Roland VS8F3

    Plug-in DSP Card For VS Multitrackers

    This new card narrows the gap between Roland's VS-series machines and computer recording systems by allowing the use of third-party plug-ins within the multitracker environment. We test the card, its bundled plug-ins, and the first of the brand-name offerings from Universal Audio.

    Reviews Aug 2005
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    Roland V-Bass

    Modelling Bass System

    Roland's new V-Bass refines the technology developed for the pioneering V-Guitar systems to meet the demands of bass players.

    Reviews Aug 2002
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    Roland RSS10

    Sound Space Processor

    Paul White goes beyond the final frontier with Roland's latest 3D sound processor.

    Reviews Mar 1996
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    Roland VP330 Vocoder Plus

    Retrozone

    Vocoders aren't just about tiny robot voices from awful '70s records — some could generate lush choir sounds and opulent strings too.

    Reviews Sep 1995
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    Roland SDX330

    Dimensional Expander

    Everyone is looking for that elusive extra dimension to their mix, and Roland's latest unit claims to deliver it right out of the box. Dave Lockwood assesses dimensional expansion for himself.

    Reviews Jul 1994
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